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i» WING curium:*. EPISCOPAL. CiiiiMT Cuunoie—At the Church, junction oft East umi West Avenue with Broad street. Scr-1 vices at 10}$ A. M. and OJtf o,clock P. M.— Sanday School directly alter morning service. Daily morning prayer itt 0 o'clock. All scats! free. Rev. E. R, Welles, Pastor. PttHSBY'l'KUIAS. FIUST FaRsnTTEUiAX—on Sixth street, (near he Court House). Servues lit IQJ$ A. SI., and• P. V. Rev. J. W. Haueock, Faster. I MKTUOniST. MiTitomsT EPISCOPAL—eornsr of East Ave eie and Fourth street. Services of the Sul eath at 10),' A. SI., and 7& I*. M. Sunday •onool at i*. it. Frayer mooting Thursday eveaing at •',' o'clock. Rev dabez Brooks,', /••tor—residence on East Avenue. GKRMAM MBTUODIST—corner of Broadway & fourth *tra*t. !Urviee*^at 19}£ A. St., and P. If. Rev. Henry Kolbe, Pastor. COMMERCIAL E WIS I E E N CORBKCTCO WEKKT.T. Flonr-E.xtr* #.". 00 XXX $4 00 bbl. V* heat—Good 30®9Se. Oats—•25,'»0c Vbushel»' orn f»^5e shelled. Pork—S^rjAe lb in tho hog. Potatoes—•i-Y^Wc. Seed—Timothy 92 50faV3 Clovor$7(97 50. Beans—7*0(331 25 bush. Butter— lOUXftae lb. Kgga—titf.se V" dozen. •agar—N.O.S»9o refined 11,312c crushed •ad powdered Hrt515c. Syrup—N. O. 5.»c S. H. 70c golden 90c. Taai-40. SO, 6 75f»tl lb. Colfte—Rio 15(9160 Java U'Oc lb. Tobacco—Plug 3«'i»40e smoking 10f»15cts ins-cut chawing 40c. Pawdar—Blasting $5'l)»keg ritlo 40(S50cVlb S Wood-1 eord. Salt -Ooar^o dairy 3 50(3$4 bbl. Flnid-SOrd!)'* gallon. Oil—Linseed $1 2.% winter strained whale Aid lard $1 25 gallon. Lnmbir—Common 10,'(*$12 clear 10O$20 thousand feet. Shingle* -Shared 2f9f.2 25 extra $3 50. I A E O O A. A. E. L. TfiBLE, PuorniEToa Uasoment of tho Metropolitan Hot*I, corn er Levee & Potter .Streets, Rrd Wing Minnesota The proprietor* of this establishment having been to coaeidemble expenso, and having fur nished their tables with the improved patent O I N A I O N S I O N S would respectfully solicit a share of tha pat ronage of the lovers of the same. Our taMes •re inferior to none others in Kcd Wing or in tha Stnte. and «va f.-ol coulldtut that we can suit all who may fiivor us witli a call. Tha best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars, will al ways he found at the bar. Terms Cash, lied Wing, September 10,1850. 162-ly 136 O.Sprinff Summer Trade. 1S0O Main street, Red Wing, (Wilkinson's block. WM. JAS. LAWTHER aro now opening and receiving a complete stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMEUES, VESTIN GS,and GEXTS' N I S I N a GOODS, great varietr. Also,acompleto assortment TALORS' TRIMMINGS, which they offer t« cash havers very cheap I We have also in connection a I 1 O fiSTABLl^II^IENT for tho manufacture of (itiiits* Cluthusto or der. M'. C. UERwII, an okp6rience'd work man, will wait on gents and furnish them with •garments of the latest styles anal on reasonable terms. Persons wishing to purchase will please call and examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. Tailors furnished with anything on the most reasonable terms. W» 4»p«et(dtlly sc.Iicdt a «diare of Hs.tron.i£«. Terms strictly •«.«!». W A JAB. LAVTTIIER Wing, Wry 2, Lsr,o. ivtti. TO PKKSONS OUT OF PMPLOYMENT. AGENTS WANTED. Kvery County of tho United Stntca, TOhio»t engage tn tho sale of some of the best and elegantly illustrated Works publiah •d. Our puhlcations aro of the most interesting character, adapted to tho wants of the Farmer. Mechanic and Merchant: tiiuy arc published in the br.st stylo and hound in the most asb etanlial manner, and arc worthy a place in tin Library of every Household in the Laud. MF* To men of enterprise and industrious habit*, this business offers an opportunity for prolitahlo employment seldom to be mot with. HF* Persons desiring to act as agsnts will receive promptly by mail hill particulars, terms, A bv addressing LEAKY, GETZ A CO.. PcntTsn's. Xo. SS4 North Second street, Philadelphia fl'O CONSUMPTIVES A si irrancu. A N N E O S The subscriber, for several years a rcsiden «r Asia, discovered while there, a simple veg etable lemody—a sure Cure for Consumption -4Mhma, Jironchili*. Coviika. Cold*, and Nermu* lability. For the benelit of Consumptives arid AVMV«» tiujfertrs, he is willing to make the same public. To those who desire it, ho will sond tho Pro eerption, with full directions (free of cluirQc) •als a tampU of tho medicine, which they will pjn a beautiful combination of Nurture's sim oftdherba. Those desiring tho Romcdy can obtain it by return mail, bv addressing J. E. QUTrlBEIlT, •OTAJTIC PIlTSICtAX, I No.t»t Breadwty Kaw York. A A S S O I A I O N I A E I A A Uonevolcnt Institution established by spec ial Endowment, for tho Relief of the Sick and Oistrcssed, afflicted with Virulent and VALUABLE REPORTS'on SoperniHtorhrsa and other Diseasssoftlio Sexual Organs, and o« he NEW REMEDIES employed in the Dipen ary, sent to the afflicted in soaied leticr envo •ps, free of charge. Two or thrae Stamps fo postage will he acceptable. Address. DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON Acting Surgeon, Howrrd Assocation, No .v South Ninth Street, Philadclpha, Pa. Bj fder oof the Directors. GEO. FAIRCHILD,See.EZRAD. nEART WELL. Pres,, I?OR SALE. FOTtSALE. -npag in^Tftrochartc*business. the milling Fo particu lars enqtlLe of or by letter address: FOP. SALS. A FINE RESIDENCE consirt of a large and substantial —. _w. House IHII two lots in th^ central part of thc town. The lots are culci vatcd into a fine garden, and thc propertv a always observed that persons whole formsone of the moat desiriibto rcs'iden ces in Rod Wing, will be sold at a bargain For particulars apply to MRS. K. FREEBORN. Fonrth street near the Mcthoist church Kcd Wing, Nov. U. ISW. -tf% •aea in aseeeaaascgsaeassaa THE SENTINEL. TO TUB IJUSIXK88 MEN saror-s* I S O N Invitations. Visiting Cards. WciMiheTielsets. I.»w Blanks. Bill I lewis. Itillsof KxchaiiSo, llLnk Notes. lilltiof Lading, Programmes. Drifts. It wipts. Show Bills,anjrilas Oi'oulan. i»3l»Kiies, J*0**?,1?, Checks, rainjihlcu, ny bills.Ice.. *g3r"Ordersthaukfullyrcccived,andprompt executed. O E COLUMN Kngin Donse. Some enterprising mechanics arc building for the city, a fine two story building to be used as an Engine House, with suitable rooms for the city Council up stairs. It will bo a creditable building, and was much needed. It is greatly to the credit of the present efficient city Council, that this im provement is bem built without taxation upon the city and we may add, that not one cent of taxation has been levied to carry on the city government. We regard this as pretty good for Republicans. he Iiondon Quarterly Revie For Jan uary. This number which is unusually full, com' mences with an article on Canada and the magnificenttn colonv arc set forth i,n the mostt encouraging terms, the reviewer concluding with the assurance that "that the time must eventually come when the primeval forests, the prairies, and the banks of the lakes and the streams of this all but unpeopled terri tory, wiil be the home of millions of British subjscts." Tho "great gun" of the number is aimod at tho well known work, ''Essays and Reviews," which being compiled by sever.il Oxford professors, his given rise to much discussion in England, this same volume has recently been noticed at consid erable length and in favorable terms by tho well besto itred in the pstusal of these mani festoes of the opposing parties. This number commences a volume. Trice of one Review, $ 3 a year. Trice of tho four Reviows, $8. "Blackwood" and the four Reviews, $10 A I N E I N N S A S AWFUL CONDITION OP THE PEO PLE. MUR.OEB5, WANT AND DESTITUTION. Horses and cattle are dying all along the route. Many loads were abandoned in the middle of the.prairies. The teams had died or given out,' or the drivers had frozen their limbs and had to seek refuge in the nearest settlement to save their lives. Ono man will lose both legs, another both hands. The Osage Indians had attacked a ptrty of the settlers, who were hunting wolves for their skins, and killed two, one of whom they burned and beheaded the other they scalped. The messenger makes tho most urgent ap peals for teams and ample supplies to he immediately forwarded, winch should IKS done without delay, as the committee are determined, as long .is their means hold out, that none shall die fir want of food. Ur gent appeals are made from the extreme northwestern settlements for aid to be sent them, as they report that their teams are in such condition that it is impossible for them to make the trip. A man sent in from Blue river lost ono of his horses from weak ness on the road, and the other Was unable to go. Teams loaded with supplies were immediately despatched by the committtee, as the man reported many families with only a scanty supply of buffalo meat left. God only knows what the end will be if I ho re ports brought in from outside the settlements arc true, unless relief can speadily reach them. It is terrible to witness the distres sing cases of suffering which are constantly brousht before us. Epidemic Diseases, and especially for theCurt: Diseases of the Sexuai Organs. MEDICAL ADVICE given pratl*, by the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with __ adiscriptioiioftheircondition.(agc,oc.'upation E LAST O O S O LOLA habits of life, A and in case of extreme pov« jMON'l*EZ erty, Medicines furnished freo ofchargc. The Ne York Post says: The last moments of Lola Montcz ottered a singular contrast to her earlier career. For some time she had been very ill at Astoria, and professed the heartiest peni tence for the manner in which her life had been spent. Aboat four weeks ago, Rev. Dr. Hawks was requested to oall on her, and did so. He found her with her Bible open to the story of the Magdalen, and she expressed to her visitor her sincere anxiety in regard to her future welfare. At the same time she was hopeful. "lea forget mv French, my German, my everything," My steam saw and shingle mill with two dwellings on tho premises situated in the vil lage of Trenton, Wisconsin, three miles above K«d Wing with good log harbor. Will soilonjsaid she,."but I cannot forget Christ.' easy terms, or exehaigo for Real Estate, lu-i- Before she died she purchased tho little ber orsluncles: wonl-i take a good loam in part ,-. payment for »n one wishing tojP1'.1.1 inGtecnwood, wheresshe nowbur JAMES AKERS, Ti»r.tn.Tierce unty. eWicon sin. ied On her coffin wa a plate with the simple inscription: Mns. ELIZA. GILBERT, Died January 17th, 1861, Aged 42 years, MAJCR JACK Downing remarked to Oen cral Jackson, during the troubles thirty years ago, in South Carolina, USk.J.lSMBa»MMSW 10, isai. OFFICE.""""" REDWING FEB ^Civrkxcii JOB To TIIK BUSINESS !E*tf aa-0K-fi5« KKi W l'umcne :nr Lit Examine our I.Isi of PLAI N A N O N A E N A I N I N THE SKTtTIflEl JOK OHH'K he mtlt mteoMVu in (1 mclhiie enmity, in uusarpilMell »uyiiaU iriii«ttutioiiin Minnesota, outs-dtotst.raul. WK ABB rUKI'AKKH TO PlSUfT STAT O T11K UNION. Durst cd: And we regret to say there is little hope of re-constructing it. Odr latest column tolls the whole, story. Tho fiCouth eru Confederacy is in working order, the arsenal* And forts at the South are passing out of Uncle Sara's hands, naval and army officers are leaving the United States service for the Southern service. "Free Trade" is declared-in tho Gulf port*, .Virginia tw North Carolina declare their purpose to secede in case the Crittenden resolutions me not adopted—in fact tho proud Republic of the U. S. pf jAjuprjco is severed!- ..Dis union is an absolute reality, a'nd"' it is" al most useless to talk about patching it up. -North Iowa Timet. A CHINESE W I A E A O I N A FEATS A correspondent of the London T.'m gives the following account of the feats of a juggler in the streets of Pekin: lie first of all spoke for about five minutes with all the volubility of Charles Mathews, evidently saying 'something witty, for the people ronmrtaughod heartily. In the mid dle of his harangue, however, he was seized with a fit of choking, and after an effort of trying to get something out of his throat, drew forth a little slip of bamboo, like a Libson toothpick, and another and another, then he sneezed and out they came from his nostrils, then from his eyes, until ho com pleted tho number of thirty seven, by making one appear half way out at each orifice at the sanis time, and throw the lot on the ground for any one to examine. He next took throe glass balls, about an inch in diameter, and placed them singly between his lips, sucked them into hia month and swallowed first a red one, then a blue, and last of all a white one hero was a little in terlude of toothpicks and talking, after which North-West, in which tho present condition and resources and future prospects of that I hewalkcd gravely, round the ring, stopping .„ .-• four tunes, each timehe gave himself a shako „ro *,r forth thn mos ATCHISON, Kansas, Feb. 14. A message from Hunter county, distant about two hundred miles from here arrived last night, with heart rending tales of suf fering for want of food and clothing in the extreme southwestern part of the State, lie reports the win'.er as being the most severe yet experienced in southern Kansus, snow having fallen to the depth of eighteen inches on a level. The cold is intense and stock of all description is dying olf with fearful rapidity. Most of the inhabitants are reduced to Buffalo meat alone, and not a (cam is able to make the journey through the snow. He walked twenty-six miles be fore finding a track, after leaving the settle ment, and seventy before reaching Emporia where he took sta?e and came on. The mail on the route had not been carried through for three weeks, owing to the great depth of the snow and the cold. ft Westminister Review, and those who wish to were real, and passed both down his throat see what can be urged on both sides of the at once, until they struck the ball3 with an many important religious questions which S heard to. jingle inside of him. On com pleting his round, after several efforts, he spat the balls out on the ground in the same order he had swallowed them—the red first. the white last. He then took two more balls, one of polished steel about tho size of a hen's egg, and another ot glass,, the same size. These he first let fall on tho ground, to show that they were solid then, placing them between his lips swallowed them like thesmailer ones,but with great difficulty, it swelling the throat as it went down here more toothpicks and talking, while he pre pared two swords, about an inch wide and twenty long, very like polished hoop iron crashed them together to show that they :. ,. I his hands behind him. aud after several ap coinoinothe discussion will and their time MORTGAGE who had af- 1 great deal to say ab nit shedding thc drop of their blood were amazingly particu ilar about thejtrttl SALE. Hofattlt a Coercion Republicans please make a lucm ra.iUn having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage deed, bearing date, and duly executed and delivered on tho 30tn day of Scpte'rh'ber'i A. D., IS.'»5,by Isaac A. Durgiii, Gooohue County State of Minnesota, to Oardnor Welcls, which mortgage deed was dun recorded in the oilivre of the Register of deeds of snid county, on the 8th day of October A. D. ls'iS, tit 11 o'clock A. M.. in" book.,) oi'mort ffugodceda, pages 350 and 884' and conveys from said Isaac A. Dnrgin to said Gardner Welles lit fee the following described premises •situated in said county, to wit: Tho south cast quarter of section No. twelve  in town ship No one hrndrcd and eleven (111) north of range No fifteen (15) west. Said Uiortg.ige deed was made to secure tho payment ol the promissory note of said Isaac A. Surging tor the sum of two buRdrod and seventy-five dol lars (£'275.00) dated September 30th 19."iS and payable twelve months after date to the order of said Gardner Wells with interest after ma turity at twenty-live percent, per annum uniil paid an I whereas there is claimed to be due on said note and mortgage at this date the sum of two hundred and ninety-seven dollars and forty-live cents ($297,45) and no suit or pro ceedings at law hiving been instituted to re cover the said debt or any part thereof. Now therefore, notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of the power of sale continued in said mortgage and in the provisions of tho statute in such cases made and provided said mort gaged premises will be offered for 2ale at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder at the tront door Of the Court House, in the city of Red Wing, in said county of Goodhue, on the 15th day of.January A. D. 1SC1 at 3 o'clock P. M. to satisfy the amount then due on said mort gaffe. and the costs of sale. Dated Red Wing, November 2Stb A.D. 1300. GARDNER WELLES, Mortgagee. \TORTGAGE SALE. 1?A Default having been made in the condi tion of a certain Mortgage deed bearing date No 03" -CO fcs* S E E N a parently painful trials, each hall rose in his throat, and fell from bis mouth to the ground with a heavy thump. Consumptives. The advertiser having been restored health in a few weeks by a very simpl remedy, after having suffered several year with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, consumption—is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means cure. To all who may desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used (free of charge.) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis &c. The only object of the advertiser is to bene fit the afflicted and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev. ED WAR A. WILSON, Williatn^burgh, King's Co., New York. Oct. 10, 130U 21Sy vc.nber eleventh lltlV,, A. D. 1330' executed *$?& and delivered bv Petef M. Gustation, of Good-1 saul wo dime County. half of the North-East quarter, and the North East quarter ot'tho North-East quarter of Sec tion No. live (5) in Township No. one hundred ai.d twelve 112) North ot Range No. sixteen (.10) West of the fifth Principal Meridian.— Said mortgage was made to secure the payment ol the prommissory not* of said Gastafson for the sum of two hundred and eighty dollars d»t.vl November Ilth 1S5'». arid payable one .. aawi miTi.inui,r \o -C0 CL E A S -o- „,, ing the "COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION," haveniade it a househotd w"0rd throughout everv quarter of the Country. Under the auspices of this popular Institution. OVCr tllltKK IIUN'IIKKU THOUSAND IIOKE8 lliive learned to appreciate- by beautiful work* of art on their walls, and Hioice literature on their tables, the great benefits derived from becom ing a subscriber. Subscriptions aro now being received in a ratio unparalleled with that ofany- previous year. TERMS O SUBS RIPTION Any person can become a member by-enU- scribfng TIIKKK DULLAKS, for which sum they will receive- mo'i-,nii\ 1st.—The large and superb stool engraving, 30x:53 inches, entitled ..-•:• "rAi.sTArr MUSTEKIXO nis **csr»rrs/,i 2d.—One eopv,#one year, of that elegantly illustrated magazine, •THE COSMOPOLITAN ART JOURNAL.?' 3dj—For admission* during tlw *cft0cmst» 'THK GALLEBV OK PAiNTix0»r584 BnoAUwiv N YOBK.V [..'..'• In addition to the above benefits, there will be given to subseriborsy ns gratuitous piwjni nnis, over FIVE HrxnnEO BsAi'Tirt't WoHKs Ant! comprising valuable pahiting. .marbles, paf iaus, outlines, «fcc, forming-a truly national benefit. ..'. TiiKSrrr.KB EXGJSAVJ?"*, which cv-eryliub scr.ber will receive, entitled, FAASJTAK.K-'Jv.* TKRixo uia RECKUITS, is one of the most beau tiful and popular engravings ever issued., in this country. It is done on steel, 'IU'FI'SK MNE A^OsSTirrLK, and is printed oh.a"most' The A»T'JonujAi.i* too well known to the whole country to need commendation. Ir, is a inagnificient lllnstatcd magazine ot Art, con taining Essays„Stories, Poems, tiosaip^ &ct)<by the vorv best writers in America. The onsfravinsTis sent to any part oj tho country with safety,being packed iuacyhnder, postage prepaid. Subscriptions will be recoivad until the ev ening of January 31 st IStil, at which time the book,s will close and the premiums bo g\v e.n te subscribers. -''^Z No person is restricted $o- a. single MilisWftp tion. Those remitting $15 are entitled to live memberships and to one extra engraving for their trouble. For further particulars send for a copy, of the elegantly illustrated Art Journal, pronounced die handsomest magazine in America. }t con tains catalogue of "Premiums and numerous superb engravings. Hegular.price" 50 cents per number. Sjiecimen^copies, however, will be sent to those wishing\» subscribe, on receipt of IS cents, in stamps or coiu. Address C. OEKMV, Actuary, C. A. A. 54t» Biuadway, New York. N.B.— Subscription^ received and forwarded by II. C. Iloifman, agent for Red Wing and vicinity, where specimen Engravings aud Art Journal can ieo seen. 2TOTZ3S. The public are respect-fully informed that I have opened an establishment lor the manu facture and sale of O E I O N A in its various branches AT WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL, in the building known as the "Bakery,V on Bush street.Red Wihjr, wliere I shall bo happy to supply ail who may favor me with their patronage. Tho best materials uscu, an.I prices reasonable. Fancy articles suitable for presents always or, hand.such as Sugar'Fruit, Baskets. Vegeta bles. Animals, etc. £3J~ All orders promptly attended to. E. BEIGGS. Am br oty pcs ri umphaat! DAOUJSRUKOTYPKS ECLIPSED j. E. Woald respectfully announce to the citizens of Red Wing and vicinity, that he hits leased and fitted up the AimaoTVPc KOOIIS formerly occupied by J. Going, on Main-street, over C. II- & E. L. Baker's Hardware Store! where all whowish, can procure lii'c-likc Jikc uc.ises of themselves or fjTcuis. ."II*.vi/»ig had several years experience in the picture art, I feel confident of being able, to please all .who may favor me with a call. No picture will be allowed to leave the room unless it will bear the strictest criticisms as a liken?'s- a'n'd a"work of art. I appeal to the judgm^nf a'nd £ood sense of a discriminating public, and am in hopes that they can appreciate the. difference between a good Ambrotypo and those doatiily, ash-colored, sunburnt shadows so often palmed •ft' on the public by travoling humbugs. All are rcspoe'fully invited to call and ex amine specimens. Pictures taken in CLOUDY as well as FAIR WEATHER. Instructions given in the art. Rod Wing, April 4,1860? 21»tf State of Minnesota.) ss. Goodhue County if In Probate .Cotfrt. a Stat1stoDistrict, vearaiter date to the order ot *aid .Vilder With Interest after maturity at four per cent, per month. No suit or proceedings at law or other wise having been'institute to recover thc -. „,tno amount of said note or any part thereof and S S there being due on said note at the date of this notice the sum of three hundred and forty dol lars aud forth-threo cents (8340,43). And there also being dus said Wilder from said Gustaison the further sum of thirteen dollars and thirty-tour vents ($13,34) the amount by said Wilder paid for the taxes asses^d against fflgfou said land for the years l^a7 and lsot). r.,.w No will DO offered tor sale at public auction at the front door ot the Court lloase in thc Cityolj tint ho hid Re dWing in said Goodhua County, on the ^-ithT ma* HC uaiiij a A isiil, at two o'clock inthej .afternoon of said clay to satisfy the amount *'ithcn due on said mortgage debt and for said taxes, and also costs ami expenses of said sale* ELI T. WILUEli, Mortgage J. WILDER A WH,I.ISTCN. Att\s Dated lied Wing, Minn..Dec. 12, A. D. \ii). DEFECTIVE PAG E I Minnesota, District. County of Goodu'c. Abby-Jnno Confer, pl'tf. Against David Confer Deft. (MOO 0*lift heavy plate paper, 3J by 83 inches, making choice ornament, suitable for the cither the lilnary, parlor or'olfl'ce.' Its subject, tho celebrated scene of Sir John Falstalf crcivinsr. in Justice Shallow's ofheo, the re gets which have been sratbared for his "'irag rf^l regiment." It could not b» furnished by the trade tor less than live dollars! Default having becrrumade in the c^tv 'ditionof a certain mortgage deed ueanng date and duly executed and delivered on the 0 In the matter of* the sale of real estate of|PhinneasS. Fish of Goodhue County, Miunc Ceorga W. Latourelle. minor, Upon ro&ding awd flling the petition oath of OtU F. Smith, guardian of George W. La tourcllc, of said county of Goo .lhtie, minor, praying for luanse to "BCII tlw j-jal estate of said minor", hi* Ward, to pay tile deBt* 'if"*aid ward and provide for his education and sup port. If is ordered that the 39th -day of Janu ary A.D. 1SS1, be and the santo .is hereby as signed for the lioarittg of sntfd'petition and that II persons interested in tnc estate of said min or appear before the Probata Court at its office in the eity of Red Wiujr ia said county at two o'clock, p. In. of that day and how cause if any there be why the prayer of said politioncV" Said Mortgage, waa should not be granted And it is further ordered that aaid petitioner give notice to all peisons interested in said cs- "S.5? j»»"»^ tHereol,, by calls Sumuione. The State of Minnesota to David Confer the above named Defendant. and required to answer complaint of Jaue Cor.fer, tho above. nautod. Plaintiff, which" sjiid fcom plaint is filed in the ojlieo of tha Clerk «T thc in said county of Goodhue. and sart a copy of yoitr answer thereto npo me tile subseriher. at Lake city ia said State Of Minnesota, within shirty "day's from tho sjrvicd hereof upon ybrf (fxclnslve of tho iiay o"f such service, and1 you are 'farther notified that if youI tail arcthe hereby summoneAbby. „A W Dl.lilltr^55Swasi-.tho 1.* HKXDRICTiHON, Rectitivt and Wholesale dealciih'.~"-iKj£• a a WINES 9, LIQUORS, Corner Plum and Third Sts.. »7tf RED WIiG, MINNESOTA! sifflsjfiGlhl dav of October, A. 1)., IS.JG fccjA^lSCI. I shall at tho frontdoor of tha£a»-ft Jacob I'obertson and Hannah wife, of Goodhue county, Minnesota, to Eli T. Wilder of tho same place, recorded on the 7th day of October, A. D., 1856 at 8 o'clock A. M., in the office pt,Hie Rfgisteryol Deeds of said in 3 gage deeds, pages 60b and 607 andconveys from said Jacob and Hannah Robertson, to said Wilder in fee, the following described premises situated in said county to wit: The North West quarter of the North East quarter of Section thirty- three  and the South half of tho Sout!3Mi™ fiat the South East quarter quarter of Section twenty Township No. one hundred and twelve } North of Range sixteen (10) West of tho fiah principal Meridian. Said mort gage was made to secure the payment of the promissory note of said Jacob Robertson for the sum of fire hundred and forty-four dollars, 1544]: dated October 6th A. D., er one year after date witli "interest aftor maturity, at the rat« of forty per cent, per annum. No suit or proceedings at law or oth erwisc having been instituted to recover the amount of said note or any part thereof, and thero being due on said note and mortgage at the date of this notice, the sum of six hun dred and sixty-five dollars and eleven cents [$665,11] and also the further sum of twenty-four dollars and forty-three cents, [$24,43,] being the amount by said Wilder paid as and for taxes assessed against and on 9 a lands for the years 1857,1858 and rails of 1850. No therefore notice is hereby the statute in such case made and providod, said mortgaged premises will be offered for sale at public auction at thc front door of thc Court House in the city of Red Wing in said county on the 26th day of January A. D. 1861, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day to satisfy thc amount then duo on said promissary note andfcrFtlic amoupt so paid for taxes aforesaid, and the costs'aha expenses of said sale. ELI T. WILDER, Mortgagee. WILDER A Wiiii.tsTos, Att'ys Dated Red Wing, Minn., Dec. 12th I860- 4 A 4 theObntt tion of a certain mortgage deed wring date and dulv executed and delivered on the second (2d) day of October A. 1). 1856, by Peter Nelson of Goodhus count v,Minnesota, to Eli Wilder of the same place, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of said Goodhue County on the 2d day of October, A. D. 1856, at 4 o'clock f. M. ia, U^k, 1st of mortgage deeds 'pagS 6*18, anfl Con veys from said Nelson to said Wilder in fee the following premises situated in said Good hue County, to wit: the east half of the south west quarter of section No.thirty (30) aftl fb$ fielrtZFhiif #^be rtiW.!i "'ftfBfrft of-fecrftin4o#rtyluM[.V)all irMs#VbKr No. one hundred and twelve (112) north of range sixteen (16,) west of the fifth pria cpal meridian. Said mortgage was made to secure the Xosuit or^rr*fierWiSffJlt%w if wise having been instituted to recover the amount due on said promissory note or any part thereof, and said Peter Nelson having failed* td Vay^he te*es assessed against said premises for the years 1857 and 1859 and aid Wilder having paid said taxes for said years to the amount.of. six teen dollars and thfrty,tfoi'(-c'ntR, 3 0 an4 there befrig due on said note and mortgage at the date of fhis notice incftidlfig the anroutrt' st» jiaCl for taxes, as aforesaid, the sum ot five hun drctfifnd sii^f-nft1e.yol!ar«1maVe^t4e^c^W ($569,14.) now therefore notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained and the provis of the statute in such case made and provided, said mortgaged premises will be ollered fir sale at public auction at the front dooroftbcCo% tl%|i% \**toxmf Re* Wing, in said county, on The :2uth day o! January, A. 1861, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day to satisfy the amount then due qa .said, note and mortgage and for said taxes wfth the 6istsanrt fcx^wniesJrjf said sale. Dated at Red Wing Minneso ta De^nbWtfjiiM, ft(»/^ UT .81 V, ELI T. WILDER W in WiLMii»K S3 Wottgagee. Attorneys. 2128 l/efJudT na^ii^l^..TriliVdein«itf• VW»« ticn ot a certain Mortgage Deed bearing dat?, sotn. to John P. Webber of the sanio place, re- at June, A. D. 185*5, at one o'clock, P. M., in Rook 1st of Mortgage Deeds, page 2(*»1 and 262 and convevs from said Jtteh t*%said Webber in fee .the toll .Mm I ftl^tV*«' in said GooilliiJe fjtmnfy^To wift The North-West quarter of the N.wth-Wost quarter of Section three (3). the East half?f the North-East _quartcr, and the North East quarter of the South-East quarter of Section four (4) in Township No. one hundred and '.welvo North of Range sixteen West to seeare-Hw pay--: meat of'the promissory note of said Fish tor the sum of four hundred aud eight dollars, dated June (Hh,.lS..55. and payable one year from date "to s«id WcbSer *»f bear«r'with-iJi«ere«a the rate'blf four per cent, per month alter due' No suit or proceedings at law or otherwise hav ing been iaste&To'tfecJirm oil said note or any part thereof, and said Fish having fatlc I to pay the taxes asvesscd upon said premium furitlieVi^rs !§ij»ts$*H»i,# W», and H»id .Wilder having paid said taxes for those years to the amount of twenty nine dollars and four cents (§29,04) and there being due on said note and mortgage .-it the date of this notice in e!»drng the anrouiit so paid for taxes as alore said, the sum of live hundred and thirty-nine dollars and twenty cents ($539,20). Now therefore notice is hereby given thaJJic: vjetfe of Uic power of sale in said* mortgage con-* taincl tiri-1 n.pttr.iiance of the Statute in such case made an I provided said mortgaged prem ises will be otFered for sale at public auction at the Aon* dew Mt^,rC««^«oaserfi^t4»^^f iid Goodhlie Conntv on the 2ith K»d WiiiBiii said tail to answer aribl com- rfr,y jf January, A. D., 18tt|, at two o'clock in the said pTarntitt" will apply the afternoon of said dav to satisfy the amount relief demanded in said [duo upon said note and inoHgiige*aWStbf.'«Ra4 uEkcVwitt cost and expenses of sale. ^ffiWhSrW^U-en, WU. aJ-WrWJI Jl an inrder\oflicenM\iiade \*j the Probate Conrt and for tho county ofOoodhue, at a session of said Court, on tho 30th day of January, A, said, on the 22d day of renfnary A. V. 1861. at 2 oTclock, in the afternoon of_ said day proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder all the estate, right, title or interest of (icorgc W. liStourellc, minorjln and to the reiftk*fe# fctuttfcd county of h*nfvJ*ia**: TM&rJLwest quar ter of north west pinrUr of section 14, tows 111 north of range 16 west and the north west quarter of section 89, town 111 north of avgc 14 west, aud the north wosf quarter of south cast quarter of section I, town 110 north of range 17 west. Fpo|»irlirr^n« OTIS. F. SMITH, Guardian. E A E I A N E I A A N O I E RECEIPT BOOK. This bo»k contains Receipts and Direct5*n4 for making all the nice* valuable Medical pre- tisfffnl Cosmetics^ PernnntsS Vft* ^ucnts, Hair Restorative*, and all Toilet A N tides. If you arc suffering with any chroni disease—if you wish beautiful complexion, a fine head of hair, a smooth face, clear skin, a luxuriciit beard or moustache—or if yoii wish to know anything an I everything in the Medical aud ToJ let line, you should, by all "IneAnsl. ffcruse a copy of this book. For full particulars, and a sample of the work for per us il, free,) address the publisher, T. F. CHAPMAN, ii224 3m No. Ml Broadway, New York. O AT WHOLESALE A N RETAIL ai the CHEAP CASH STORE of *l **. 1 A s, Bash Stree) ii mwwjsm'&i We are now receiving the BEST SELECTED stock Groceries over offered to vicinity, which for extent. n*ss, will excel that of any ill the county and wo guarantee our custom ers fur fatter har*/(iin* than they can find else where. "Small profits anl quick return*," and/iiVrand liberal deeling enr system*— rrfirr tfrmfrr Ja. and receive our goods di rect from the Importer and Manufacturer, and COUSTBT DEALERS their advantage to ex amine our stock and prices before going be payment of the promissory^not» of said PeterJThetJadie*, are halite"!,^» examiae large Nelson for tlie sum of four hundred and] T»nPbea«itifalvariety*fSj^ringaruTeumnfer fifty-one dollars, dated October 2d,1856, and payable one year after date to tho order of said Wilder with interest after maturity at the rate off 4 a perf aefifg 1 per.month. ,. Dress Goods, Domestic Goods of all kinds in complete assortment. Prints Gtng" hams, Shcetinps. Denims, Tickings, JiSls,nfft•nery 1 Drills, Cambrics, Linen Goods. Ac. and Fancy ver description bo t.old at lower prices than ever before of fered ia Red Wing. Crock ery, Glass and Stene ta&fcflljltl.tlM lateaT patterns, Boots and which wTH Shoes a large stock on hand at Imp priee* I Wciha^ilor •ale .• TtfiO BRfiseSaft- saftflK«i hi&.ee«a3 ELI T- WILDER, Assignee for Mortgagee. MT.it.DCS A Wir:wsv?»f,,^LU»je«.T7 ac-vja i*^aa -Dat*d Rod Wing, Minn., Dec.*12, A. D., IsW: DLACESmfrHMa^n iu »w nt f* [i tho new Shop on Main st.icct, within fHic^ro.ssnf'of Jordon. :RED WING. MINNESOTA. 'S3 the i-.-i^L liAd. iiy uinui tit eiruBjdb Celebrated Copper-tipped Boots afid Sheei Onatw^f .which, eaumoiana si«ww is warrantedto out wear tmd&htem »*tfa tibvio va* without tips.) Hats and Caps and "ready made Clothing of endless varieties FLOW'S Pf.oW«Jk f^ Unnufact prioaaf J^^ GROCERIES! I invite particular attention te my larjf Coffees, Sugars, tO^fJIfiPCKlS 38KIAM Moltsse Dried and Candied Fruit's, consistJr.g of .a bbl* lyOVKLH the variety and quantity of g"ood» to be found at any other one store in thc city and. St pri«P» which DEFY COMPETITION,. taAr ^SftMWtrajt. \0fkrW*ri* Clothing AT COST. TIcmemner to call at th old stand of Mclntire & Sheldon, and you wil ALWAreffnd a good stock which is for sale as wifcptki*. a MelNTIKE. E O A E WAoleealeand Relai IDeaJena aainaw anV-lo asr- '. ^C«0^ s*or' PAPrmmsrs couiAfp am •'O6N0W8 !*?«!oo war* Fall Trade Ooened mmq§ 9bctT lis* Look out for TOI JIIO doKl BAROAINS! COME AND SEE. DRY GOODS, a it o^S»$f s?v?£ llociTsfiaXy^OES, "MOllZ UflA gTOOSE IS S AND READY MAD 6 a A a A CAPS, rv Oil cloths, Carrots ^TCn ETC., ETC Vd ryll DRESS SILKS OF EVERY KIND -I iUEr4|%ifAM9 'ANBJtAJieeJtLI^, BOW^lTeaiXII&WAM UZA 8XJ18 T3ZfO A Large Stock of Face Flowers^Crana, .. A splendid assortment of WinterDr&m GW* ftirsaifirfeunterTan^": r.r:• tttevh7 1 *A2 Monuaiee, a a CJooel AKD bftaurcii ^i.-li VA MUSICAL INSTRUMENT^ 1 «a¥r%Fwe^rl«»«Mer I 2 0 O TOYS AND YANKEE HotOXS »iirh fc«-9»iiv»I"5o Jr.-rxiai iijr NUf 9.FRUIT ANDdONFttfTIONpilY. Goods given in exchange Cotton Rags or all colors, for which the est price will be paid. Rawing.^cpi.te'Aisi* a afltS A mammoth*i»nuaRI stock ofm-*r riosuar AM» A GLOVES, Oi 0 WMand^ WA\^.^ »v. vrmm Nfii I ^ISp#LA^E0y8, fa it ^b^: GOODS, Of ieaieiTv k*) j^V^quality. .-r/flai/p bn« bnii \19r9 V) A large and varied assortment of SZQmSkj imfri**Mtnszza&M. qiaeli hna fliaTj,.! .eiMAjj-i A full assortment of READrXrMJsPSi NOTHING, V/rOiuoj'^SWSrnWTeS, it .aaiuisa t9i0fnuM *iijol'j Plain Poapesjtie .« a O O fc) In the May at all times be i«#f»3 the choicest !-.' »wt 'td t-HTiit lis \tH. Family GrQ€eric», afjnooo'ft) maiiff Tin j.argcst StoelT IIATtyWJmSt&WTS town together with, a miaaeella- nwai^fvail Df whicli.^ be told iiiw i»dt-tj W pcfVCoimictitipn. A Word to the JFSw tax ,v\ i*n 43«ra*ral Maaisdk Bash Arrets ''It "$&WV"frM>i*9u vj bo I..L# i-t/ anuuva* .-.,'.* for* clean Linen' rHiLLEosvtocHMiiirfer Jiigh- 60-ti ITFIWB T,